Students who are not admitted to a degree program at UNCG may need to follow a different registration process. These student types include:
Students that are not pursuing a degree at UNCG that wish to take UNCG courses are considered “visiting students” and fall into one of the following categories:
Both must apply as visiting students. Visiting students follow later registration dates and do not need to go through the same advising process as other students.
You may earn up to 21 credits as a visiting student and will have to reapply each semester. You will not be eligible to receive financial aid because you will not be in a “degree-seeking” program. Former students cannot apply as visiting students. Visiting students wishing to transfer courses must have permission from their home institution by submitting a completed Visiting Student Permission Form.
The Inter-Institutional program is designed to expand the course options available to degree-seeking students currently enrolled in the six colleges and universities listed below:
Current UNCG students who wish to enroll in courses at a participating school may obtain the necessary forms at UNCG through the Registrar’s Office or The Graduate School Office. Coursework will come into UNCG as transfer credit. It will not impact UNCG GPA and cannot be used for grade replacements.
Students must adhere to the rules of the host campus relative to withdrawal and grades. The UNCG Registrar’s Office must be notified of any courses dropped.
Students from other inter-institutional schools who wish to take courses at UNCG should request approval forms at their home institution. When approved, the home institution will provide the appropriate forms to UNCG for processing. Instructions for completing registration will be provided to students when processing is complete.
Note: Students wishing to enroll in courses in the Bryan School of Business and Economics must meet the entrance requirements required of UNCG students and provide transcripts from the home institution before they will be approved.
The Consortium program is designed to expand the course registration options available to Degree-Seeking students who are currently enrolled in one of the eight colleges and universities in the surrounding area listed below:
Its primary purpose is to assist a student in registering for a course(s) elsewhere that is unavailable in a given semester on the student’s home campus. Coursework will come into UNCG as transfer credit. It will not impact UNCG GPA and cannot be used for grade replacements.
SUMMER TERM: UNCG only has a Consortium agreement with NC A&T during the summer term.
|Institution||Contact||Academic Calendar||Course Search||Campus Directory|
|Bennett College||Sam Grogg||Bennett Calendar||Bennett Course Search||Bennett Directory|
|Elon University||Alexander Taylor||Elon Calendar||Elon Course Search||Elon Directory|
|Greensboro College||Travis Mickey||Greensboro College Calendar||Greensboro College Course Search||Greensboro College Directory|
|Guilford College||Tammy Martin||Guilford College Calendar||Guilford College Course Search||Guilford College Directory|
|Guilford Technical Community College||Joe Rowbottom||GTCC Calendar||GTCC Course Search||GTCC Directory|
|High Point University||Danny Brooks||HPU Calendar||HPU Course Search||HPU Directory|
|NC A&T State University||Jennifer Garner||NC A&T Calendar||NC A&T Course Search||NC A&T Directory|
|UNC Greensboro||Ashley Tuck||UNCG Calendar||UNCG Course Search||UNCG Directory|
The United States Air Force and Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) programs are available to UNCG students through the Greater Greensboro Consortium on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University.